Devin Nunes requests inquiry into DJT stock manipulation

by | May 16, 2024

Trump Media & Technology Group CEO Devin Nunes recently urged House Republicans to investigate what he believes to be the illegal short-selling of the company's stock.

In correspondence addressed to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Jason Smith, Committee on Financial Services Chairman Patrick McHenry, and Oversight Chairman James Comer, Nunes requested that they encourage the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) to investigate short sellers.

He requested that the lawmakers urge FINRA to issue Electronic Blue Sheet requests to Citadel Securities, VIRTU Americas, G1 Execution Services, Jane Street Capital, Apex Clearing, Clear Street, Cobra Trading, Cowen and Company, Curvature Securities, StoneX Securities, TradePro, and Velocity Clearing.

Nunes had previously urged lawmakers to investigate alleged DJT stock manipulation in letters dated April 23 and May 1. The company went public in late March after a prolonged delay of its merger with Digital World Acquisition Corp.

 

Read Nune’s letter here.

Source: Just The News

 

 

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